Isabel Allende | Literature Criticism Interview by Isabel Allende and Barbara Mujica

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Interview by Isabel Allende and Barbara Mujica

SOURCE: Allende, Isabel, and Barbara Mujica. “The Life Force of Language.” Américas (English edition) 47, no. 6 (November-December 1995): 36-43.

In the following interview, Allende discusses her writing process and her approach to marketing Paula.

The night before this interview I attended a talk by Isabel Allende at Georgetown University—a stop on a long publicity tour for her memoir, Paula. Allende spoke about her book, which she began in 1991 in a hospital in Madrid, where her daughter was being treated for porphyria. A beautiful, intelligent, active young woman in her late twenties, Paula had just married a young Spaniard. She was working as a volunteer with poor children at a Catholic school in Madrid when she became ill. Although porphyria is rarely fatal, due to an error in procedure, an accident, or some other unknown...

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